Lindner Family Physics Building

The Lindner Family Physics Building serves as Xavier University's physics buildings. It is home to physics lectures and labs, along with various equipment for faculty and student research. The Lindner Building also houses its own observatory, with eight telescopes and a computer to take pictures.

Quick Facts

Dedicated: 1991

Named After: Carl H. Lindner, Cincinnati-based businessman and philanthropist.

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Additional Notes:

  • There is a solid brass Foucault pendulum located near the entrance. The pendulum serves to demonstrate the earth's rotation.
  • Lindner is home to a built in observatory. It contains eight high-powered telescopes used for student and faculty research.

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